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Bucharest, Romania to L'viv, Ukraine

July 21st 2012

I packed all the things that I had and I got ready to leave to the airport. I found a flight from Bucharest that goes to L'viv. The price of the flight was a total of $202.86 including tax and all. The airline that I flew with was Air-Berlin and it was an economy class. The actual flight of the ticket itself was $87.00 and the taxes on the flight was $103.86. There was also a service fee of $12.00 that I had to pay. I left Bucharest airport at Jul 21, 2012 7:45 AM and I took a connecting flight to Timisoara and I arrived there at 2012 8:50 AM. I then took the flight from Timisoara to L'viv at 2012 3:40 PM and I arrived at L'viv at Jul 21, 2012 4:50 PM. The total time that I was travelling from Bucharest to L'viv was approximately 9 hours and 5 minutes.

The hotel in Lviv that I stayed in was the Reikartz Dworzec Lviv. It was a modest 3 star hotel and the prices started at $51.35 per night. The hotel has a bar, a complimentary hot and cold buffet, an indoor pool, and a sauna. There is high-speed internet that was absolutely free of charge, a multi-lingual staff and laundry facilities.

I stayed at the hotel for four nights. Since I only stayd for four nights, that's how much I was charged for. There were $10.27 in applicable taxes that I had to pay each night that I stayed at the Reikartz Dworzec Lviv. The room that I was able to get was a classic single bed room. For four nights the total for the one bedroom was $246.56. There were $41.08 in taxes that I had to pay and the actual room itself was $205.48.

For the three site seeing destinations that I have chose they were Lychakiv Cemetery, L'viv Theater of Opera and Ballet and. The first itinerary that I saw was the cemetery. The cemetery was a very peaceful and serene place. It was very calming and it was great just for walks. The second place that I went to go see in L'viv was the Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet. Here I listened to the fat lady sing. There was also a ballet performance that I saw which was magnificent. There was also an underground restaurant that served very nice Borsch soup. The last place that I went to was the captivating St. George's Cathedral. I saw absolutely brilliant architecture mixed with the religious ties of the Orthodox Church. It was one church that I wouldn't forget. I packed my bags the same day and headed to the airport for my next stop which was Warsaw.

St. George's Cathedral

St. George's Cathedral

L'viv Theater of Opera and Ballet

L'viv Theater of Opera and Ballet

Lychakiv Cemetery

Lychakiv Cemetery

Posted by ja55ie 18:48 Archived in Ukraine Tagged ukraine

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